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This is the first volume of a major three-volume ""Encyclopeadia of EEC Law"". It deals with the institutional aspects of EEC law, and contains over 300 concisely and lucidly presented entries. Each entry explains a particular concept or point of law and is fully documented with appropriate case and Treaty references as well as suggestions for further reading among the huge literature of EEC law.
Topics covered range from ""Action for Damages"" to ""Special Forms of Procedure"" and from ""Contractual Liability"" to ""Withdrawal from the Communities"". Every aspect of the courts, including the new Court of First Instance, is examined and procedures and powers dealt with. There is also a full treatment of the Commission, Council and Directorate General.
A full list of entries can be found at the beginning of the work. All entries are arranged alphabetically and the work is supported by thorough tales of cases, Acts and Treaties.;The substantive law of the EEC and the social programme of the EEC will be covered in volumes two and three.